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Welcome to my.nmcc.edu

Northern Maine Community College was established in 1961, and the first class entered the college in 1963. Today, NMCC impacts over 2,000 students annually through various programs.

More than 7,000 graduates are now meeting employer needs throughout the state, the nation, and abroad. Thanks to the support from business and industry throughout the state, NMCC is proud to have more than 250 individuals serve on advisory committees for our various programs. This ensures that NMCC's programs provide the most relevant, technically advanced information required in their industry. The College has earned the reputation of a top-quality educational facility.
 
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Cited by the Aspen Institute as one of the nation's top 150 community colleges for commitment to student success and educational excellence.  

New Student Orientation

Are you a new student?  Complete the on-line orientation course (NSO600) as soon as possible before the start of your entering semester.  Course information can be found at www.nmcc.edu/NSO.

It's National Transfer Week

Considering transferring? Stop by the Transfer Space located in the Counseling/Student Support Services Office - Suite 104, AK Christie Building.

Thinking about earning your bachelors degree???? Stop by the Transfer Space and see just how valuable earning ...

Get Involved!

Meet new friends, have some fun, know what's happening --- click on: https://my.nmcc.edu/ICS/Campus_Life/ or go to the Activities Calendar on the [Campus Life] tab of the NMCC portal.

 

All welcomed.

New Student? NSO 600

Are you a new student?  Complete the on-line orientation course as soon as possible before the start of your entering semester.  Course information can be found at www.nmcc.edu/NSO.

Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship

2019 NMCC graduates are eligible to compete for one of the Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarships.  Up to $40,000 per year.  As you apply for admission at your desired transfer school, be sure to use the Common Application.  F...